Me and my girlfriend have been together for 2 years now and we just recentrly moved in at my parents place because we started our first year of college/university.
We have our arguments and i have done some pretty bad stuff while in our relationship.. but she forgave me because she loves me that much. I am absolutely in love with her and we are only 18-19 years old.
She wants to move in with a guy she recently met on a online chat site in our nearby city. She says that it would be good for the both of us to spend a little less time together. And she wants to be free and experience being independant. But should i worry about this guy?
He recently broke up with his girlfriend and him and my girlfriend really like passing time together. Sometimes i pick her up from his place and shes the happiest ive seen her in a while! Another factor in this is that i dont think ahes cheating on me because she has endometriosis and having sexual relations hurt really bad for her.
For this reason we try to spend more quality time talking and doing activities instead of sex but she really looks like she has more fun with this “guy”. Am i just worried? Or should i just try and ignore it.. because i really do trust her.
It’s natural to be worried. This is kind of unusual, If i wanted to be independent and move out to make my relationship better/stronger with my BF I would be moving in with a girlfriend. But, I mean if you trust her than you should let her move in with that one guy, at the end she is old enough and will end up doing what she wants but you’ll be risking the possibility of either loosing her or making your relationship better. And keep in mind both of you are still young and if it’s meant to be, it’s mean to be, but if it isn’t, then just know that someone is out there that you are meant to be with. Meanwhile, if it doesn’t work just keep on with your life, succeed in what you do and have fun! And the perfect girl will cross your path!
Good Luck and hope things work out for the best!
You are being moved into the "friend zone" -- dontcha see that?